Something For Kate return, both artistically charged and sonically rebellious, on their outstanding fifth album, Desert Lights.
Desert Lights presents a shift towards a stripped-down, live rock sound, which the band will soon be bringing to live audiences as they put the finishing touches on their album tour schedule.
Watch the video for the first single ‘Cigarettes and Suitcases’ right here on FasterLouder.
‘Cigarettes and Suitcases’ is out now, and features a raft of exclusive and high quality B-sides. Cuts include ‘The Actor’, a tune from the L.A. sessions; a fantastic cover of the Echo & The Bunnymen classic, ‘The Killing Moon’; plus a rare live recording of fan favourite “Prick”, recorded live at The Prince of Wales Hotel St. Kilda in 2004.
The brand new album, Desert Lights is in stores Sat July 1st, and is available as a beautifully packaged, limited edition 2CD set with a live bootleg disc.
Action Bronson shakes his booty, otter puppets drink absinthe Solange teaches us how use a semicolon - here are the top ten best music videos of the week.
Something For Kate have announced their 'Star-Crossed Cities' tour throughout May and June, their first full tour of the nation in more than six years.
What originally started sixteen years ago on the lawns of Sydney University as a celebration of our country’s world-class arts scene seems to have fallen victim to the usual pitfalls of 21st Century festival-going and cultural cringe.
Something For Kate sound creative, revitalised and, most of all, happy on album six.
In the midst of a Texas heatwave, Something For Kate are rethinking their sound from the ground up
All the best bits from day one and two of Big Sound music conference in Brisbane.
Watch video clip for the lead single from the first Something for Kate since way back in 2006.
Sunshine Coast festival Golden Days have announced their 2012 lineup full of Australian (and New Zealand) favourites and local up-and-comers.
The lineup for the Queenscliff Music Festival 2012 features Missy Higgins, Gurrumul, The Cat Empire, and You Am I plus the long awaited return of Something for Kate.
Absence can make the heart grow fonder. This phrase couldn't of struck more true then on Wednesday night when Paul Dempsey returned to Sydney to captivate a packed Annandale Hotel.
Paul Dempsey on the They Will Have Their Way tour, his Neil Finn cover, and what's happening with that band of his.